The Fourth Australian and New Zealand Solution-Focused Conference was held in Melbourne 20–22 July 2018.
Copies of presentations will be available here as they are provided.
Harry Korman — On the ethics of diagnosis. Paper
Emma Burns — Using a Solution Focused approach in New Zealand Police
Annette Gray — Doing safety differently— How an Australian construction business changed the way everyone viewed safety at each site Presentation
Janine Waldman – Words which change worlds
Roxy Bretton & Andrea Lemm — Creating hope alongside at risk young people in a collaborative framework
Emma Burns — Solution Focused conversations with problem focused colleagues
Carey Glass — Moving fast at Highways England Presentation
John Penny — Brief interviews in brief therapy
Janine Waldman — How to be resilient; with an SF approach
Brent Gardiner — Feedback-Informed Treatment (FIT). Presentation
Michele Orr — Solution Focused safety in an adult community mental health setting
Anthony Grant — Twenty years of Solution-focused coaching research Presentation Paper 1 Paper 2
Davide Di Pietro — Connecting the isolated: Working with separated families and a child who rejects a parent
Nancy Grand — What are you hoping for?: A Solution-Focused coaching model for wellbeing in high school.
Annette Gray — Reflective practice — A Solution Focused way of sustaining coaching in organisations Presentation
David Hains & Sally Morley — The pragmatics of using SFBT with a suicidal client Presentation
Neil Worsley — Inspiring schools with possibilities
Harry Korman — Is there a theory about SFBT? Presentation
Lyn Worsley, Ruth Fordyce & Fran Price — Bright Thinking: A resilient thinking program for children